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Bhawani Das
ca. 1777–82
possibly Indian or Bhutanese
17th–19th century
Tibetan, possibly Bhutanese or Nepalese
17th–19th century
Tibetan, and possibly Bhutanese and Nepalese
18th–19th century
Tibetan, and possibly Bhutanese and Nepalese
18th–19th century
Indian
last half 19th century
Indian
15th–17th century
Hilt, Indian, Mughal; blade, Turkish or Indian
late 17th century
F. & C. Osler
ca. 1850
Indian, Sikkim or Bhutanese
18th–19th century
Indian, Sikkim or Bhutanese
18th–19th century
Western Tibet or Ladakh
14th century
Bhutanese or Indian, Sikkimese
19th century
India (possibly West Bengal) or Bangladesh
11th–12th century
Indian, Sikkim or Bhutanese
18th–19th century
Himalayan, possibly Tibetan, Nepalese, or Bhutanese
17th–19th century
Tibet
early to mid-12th century
late 14th–16th century
Pakistan, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province
2nd–3rd century
North India (possibly Uttar Pradesh)
ca. 7th century
Indian or Bhutanese
19th century
Indian or Bhutanese
probably 18th–19th century
Indian or Bhutanese
19th century
Indian or Bhutanese
19th century
Indian or Bhutanese
18th–19th century
Indian or Bhutanese
19th century
Indian, Jaipur
1926
Indian, Jaipur
1926
Muhammad bin Ahmad bin 'Abd Al-Rahman Al-Riyahi
dated 1035 AH/1625–26 CE
Tibetan, and possibly Bhutanese or Nepalese
18th–19th century
North Indian or possibly Deccan
probably 18th century
Indian, Deccan, possibly Golconda
17th century and later
Ala al-Din Muhammad
1520–25
Ala al-Din Muhammad
1520–25
Indian
17th–18th century
Indian, Central or South India
possibly 17th–18th century
Indian
ca. 1775–80
Indian
South Indian, possibly Deccan
possibly late 17–18th century
Dasavanta
ca. 1570